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CIArb and Hong Kong Department of Justice collaborate

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and the Hong Kong Department of Justice (DoJ) have strengthened ties and will be working together to promote arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution in Hong Kong.
6 November 2017 | News

CIArb Australia collaborates with the Beijing International Arbitration Commission to promote arbitration in the Asia Pacific region

Caroline Kenny QC FCIArb provides an overview of the first session covered in the 2017 Hong Kong Summit on Commercial Dispute Resolution in China.
1 November 2017 | News

CIArb UAE Summer Special Reception

This networking event saw over 30 UAE members come together to discuss latest developments.
26 October 2017 | Branch News

Is mediation an option in investor-state disputes?

Investor-state mediation has traditionally received sceptical responses from the investment arbitration community. However, more recent developments show a growing interest in mediation, because of increased numbers of investor-state disputes, the high costs associated with investment arbitration or even as a preliminary step preceding arbitration.
31 August 2017 | Features

The Trump Effect on Arbitration

From the outset of his presidential campaign, the arbitration community was wondering – or rather worrying – how a possible President Trump would affect arbitration. Harald Sippel FCIArb and Amanda Lee FCIArb explore the ‘Trump Effect'.
15 August 2017 | Features

Third-Party Funding in Arbitration - Questioning its Scope in India

With the recent advent of the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act 2015 and the establishment of the MCIA, India has yet again exhibited pro-arbitration behaviour. Kumudini Chattopadhyay provides more detail.
15 August 2017 | Features